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This isn’t going to be a customer carburetor, this one is mine. Gonna build a wicked annular 850 out of it 🤘
 

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This isn’t going to be a customer carburetor, this one is mine. Gonna build a wicked annular 850 out of it 🤘
Customer carburetor? You do rebuild/tuning stuff on the side? Maybe I should send you my extra two for a more through rebuild than I could. Had I known you were in the market I won't be needing that big Holley I've got anytime soon.
 

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Customer carburetor? You do rebuild/tuning stuff on the side? Maybe I should send you my extra two for a more through rebuild than I could. Had I known you were in the market I won't be needing that big Holley I've got anytime soon.
Yep, that’s my side hustle 😎
 

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That's like $50 to somebody that likes electric chokes. (Not me)
Oh, I’m just being a wiseass 🤣
I just put them in the trash can for the photo op. I have one that‘s got a manual choke on it, that electric choke in the pic will wind up on that carburetor 👍
 

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So, that big 850 had issues. Most ‘for sale’ carburetors do, that’s one reason they’re for sale.
 
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